SIG volunteers help out at our booth during SC14

Don't miss the next SIGHPC webinar on March 31

Join us as Salman Habib (Argonne National Laboratory and University of Chicago) and Rajeev Thakur (Argonne National Laboratory) review the key issues in performance and scalability for large-scale applications on parallel systems. The webinar titled "Extreme Scaling and Performance across Diverse Architectures" starts at noon Eastern time on March 31, and will be archived for later viewing. Registration is required, but is free. Sign up any time after 24 February. Learn more about the ACM Webinars

Did you miss the blog comments from SC14?

SIGHPC members contributed to the ACM blog from the conference.  You can still see some great comments about doing our part to promote HPC (Dona Crawford), HPC for undergraduates (Jeff Hollingsworth), the growing importance of locality (Torsten Hoefler), why HPC matters (Wilf Pinfold) and video evidence about HPC impact (John West).

Consider joining the new SIGHPC Education chapter

Are you involved in teaching HPC, developing educational or training materials, or curriculum development?  Our first chapter is now recruiting members.  Learn more

Events and opportunities for SIGHPC members

Upcoming deadlines and events:SIGHPC is a proud co-sponsor of
  • SC15International Conference on High Performance Computing, Networking, Storage and Analysis (Austin, 15-20 November 2015)
Also check out these upcoming conferences, being held in cooperation with SIGHPC:
  • EASC2015: Solving Software Challenges for Exascale (Edinburgh, 12-23 Apr 2015)
  • EuroMPI 2015 (Bordeaux, 21-25 Sept 2015)
  • ROSS 2015: International Workshop on Runtime and Operating Systems for Supercomputers (Portland OR, 15 June 2015)

You can still see SIGHPC's successful webinars

Our next webinar will be March 31, 2015.  Salman Habib (Argonne Nat’l Lab and Univ of Chicago) will discuss “Extreme Scaling and Performance across Diverse Architectures.”  Don't miss this chance to learn more about designing applications that can run efficiently across a variety of systems.  There is no charge, but you should register in advance.  And don't forget that you can see our past webinars at any time, since they're archived.  See Webinars for more info.